Upcoming Seminar and SQL Saturday in Florida, Oct 13-17

Please join me for SQL Saturday #21 coming up on Saturday, October 17th.  There are over 50 sessions on tap with great speakers from the area and across the nation.  Some of the notable speakers include:

  • Andy Leonard (blog here)
  • Andy Warren (blog here)
  • Brian Knight (blog here)
  • Buck Woody (blog here)
  • Chad Miller (blog here)
  • Joe Celco (blog here)
  • Joe Webb (blog here)
  • Jonathan Kehayias (blog here)
  • Kendal Van Dyke (blog here)
  • Ken Simmons (blog here)

Not only do we have SQL Saturday coming up, but Andy & company put together five world class seminars the week leading up to it! Use code “KKLINE” to get a 20% discount if you register for two or more seminars!

Seminars will be held at the Embassy Suites in Altamonte Springs, FL. Each seminar is $149 and includes a full lunch. Seating is limited, register today!

Attendees of my seminar will get a free copy of my book, Database Benchmarking: A Practical Approach for Oracle and SQL Server, plus other free goodies from my employer, Quest Software. As an added note of explanation, Buck’s excellent seminar centers around detecting and troubleshooting performance problems, while my seminar focuses on writing high-performance and highly scalable SQL and Transact-SQL code.  Why not sign up for both of them to get comprehensive education on the entire process of writing great code, deploying it, and monitoring it for continued excellent performance?

Finally, I’ll be speaking at user groups in the area leading up to SQL Saturday.  If you can join me at my seminar or at SQL Saturday, maybe one of these other events better fits your schedule:

  • Tuesday, Oct 13, Tampa SQL Server User Group (http://www.tampasql.com)
  • Wednesday, Oct 14, Orlando SQL Server User Group (http://www.opass.org)
  • Friday, Oct 15, Jacksonville SQL Server User Group (http://jacksonville.sqlpass.org)

I hope to see you there!


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